EVENTS

On select week nights we host our exclusive “Ladies’ Night” – $5 for a glass of wine and the latest movie, hot out of Hollywood! Upon arrival you will receive a glass of wine – bubbly, white wine or red wine – the choice is yours.
Upon arrival you will receive a glass of wine – bubbly, white wine or red wine – the choice is yours.
And if one glass isn’t enough we’ve got you covered. Visit The Bar and check out our extensive drinks list and cabinet full of home baked goodies to tempt even the most discerning of taste buds. So grab your friends and let’s make a night of it!
And after the film, want to keep the party going?
With numerous outlets just around the corner you are perfectly poised to continue your night! And if one glass isn’t enough we’ve got you covered. Visit The Bar and check out our extensive drinks list and cabinet full of home baked goodies to tempt even the most discerning of taste buds. So grab your friends and let’s make a night of it!
And after the film, want to keep the party going?
With numerous outlets just around the corner you are perfectly poised to continue your night!  

UPCOMING ADVANCED SCREENINGS:


Baby Done

From the production house behind Kiwi box office hits Hunt for the Wilderpeople and The Breaker Upperers, Baby, Done follows the story of Zoe (Rose Matafeo), a tree surgeon who becomes pregnant to her long-term boyfriend Tim (Matthew Lewis) and subsequently freaks out – comically trying to rush through her dreams before she turns into a mum.

Written by actress Sophie Henderson (Human Traces, Fantail) and directed by Curtis Vowell (Fantail), Baby, Done is the married duo’s s semi-autobiographical story inspired by their own reaction to starting a family.

Baby Done

From the production house behind Kiwi box office hits Hunt for the Wilderpeople and The Breaker Upperers, Baby, Done follows the story of Zoe (Rose Matafeo), a tree surgeon who becomes pregnant to her long-term boyfriend Tim (Matthew Lewis) and subsequently freaks out – comically trying to rush through her dreams before she turns into a mum.

Written by actress Sophie Henderson (Human Traces, Fantail) and directed by Curtis Vowell (Fantail), Baby, Done is the married duo’s s semi-autobiographical story inspired by their own reaction to starting a family.
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I Am Woman

1966. Helen Reddy arrives in New York with her three-year-old daughter, a suitcase and $230 in her pocket. Helen had been told she had won a record deal, but the record company promptly dashes her hopes by telling her it had enough female stars and suggests she has fun in New York before returning home to Australia. Helen decides to stay in New York anyway and pursue a singing career, struggling to make ends meet and provide for her daughter due to not having a work permit. There she befriends legendary rock journalist Lillian Roxon, who becomes her closest confident, and inspires her to write and sing the iconic song "I Am Woman" which becomes an anthem for the second wave feminist movement and galvanises a generation of women to fight for change. She also meets Jeff Wald, a talent manager who becomes her agent and husband. Jeff helps her get to the top, but he also suffers from a drug addiction, which gradually turns their relationship into a toxic one. Caught in the treadmill of fame and dependent on Jeff to manage her professional life, Helen has to find the strength to take ownership of her career and keep pursuing her dream.

What the critics are saying:
"Empowering" - Hollywood reporter

"Tilda Dothan-Hervey is spot on in her portrayal and Director Unjoon Moon brings this feminist story to the big screen with respectful empathy and understand the plight women have had to endure." - Carla Renata The Curvy Film Critic

I Am Woman

1966. Helen Reddy arrives in New York with her three-year-old daughter, a suitcase and $230 in her pocket. Helen had been told she had won a record deal, but the record company promptly dashes her hopes by telling her it had enough female stars and suggests she has fun in New York before returning home to Australia. Helen decides to stay in New York anyway and pursue a singing career, struggling to make ends meet and provide for her daughter due to not having a work permit. There she befriends legendary rock journalist Lillian Roxon, who becomes her closest confident, and inspires her to write and sing the iconic song "I Am Woman" which becomes an anthem for the second wave feminist movement and galvanises a generation of women to fight for change. She also meets Jeff Wald, a talent manager who becomes her agent and husband. Jeff helps her get to the top, but he also suffers from a drug addiction, which gradually turns their relationship into a toxic one. Caught in the treadmill of fame and dependent on Jeff to manage her professional life, Helen has to find the strength to take ownership of her career and keep pursuing her dream.

What the critics are saying:
"Empowering" - Hollywood reporter

"Tilda Dothan-Hervey is spot on in her portrayal and Director Unjoon Moon brings this feminist story to the big screen with respectful empathy and understand the plight women have had to endure." - Carla Renata The Curvy Film Critic
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Misbehaviour

In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.

WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

"Uplifting tale of women fighting for gender equality."
★★★ - Common Sense Media

"Knightley and Mbatha-Raw headline an excellent band of British talent"
★★★ - Empire

Misbehaviour

In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.

WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

"Uplifting tale of women fighting for gender equality."
★★★ - Common Sense Media

"Knightley and Mbatha-Raw headline an excellent band of British talent"
★★★ - Empire
MORE / TRAILER


In these events we host special Advanced Screenings of specific films. These exclusive screenings are your opportunity to watch the film well before it’s official release date! Which means you’ll be able to tell everyone about it with full bragging rights ;)

UPCOMING ADVANCED SCREENINGS:

Misbehaviour

In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.

WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

"Uplifting tale of women fighting for gender equality."
★★★ - Common Sense Media

"Knightley and Mbatha-Raw headline an excellent band of British talent"
★★★ - Empire

Misbehaviour

In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.

WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

"Uplifting tale of women fighting for gender equality."
★★★ - Common Sense Media

"Knightley and Mbatha-Raw headline an excellent band of British talent"
★★★ - Empire
MORE / TRAILER

Our Cinema Club Screenings are exclusively for our loyal Cinema Club Members.
Feel like a star and be greeted free glass of bubbles on arrival to be enjoyed with your fellow Cinema Club members. 
Not yet a Cinema Club member? No problem, joining is free and only takes a minute at the Deluxe Box Office. 
Tickets will sell out to this one-time-only event, so book now.

UPCOMING CINEMA CLUB SCREENINGS:


We invite all seniors to enjoy an advance screening of certain films and a chance to get together to enjoy free premium coffee, tea and locally baked biscuits. 
*While these screenings are aimed at our lovely senior patrons, moviegoers of all ages are welcome.

Rams

Where there's a wool, there's a way

In remote Western Australia, two estranged brothers, Colin (Sam Neill) and Les (Michael Caton), are at war. Raising separate flocks of sheep descended from their family’s prized bloodline, the two men work side by side yet are worlds apart.

When Les’s prize ram is diagnosed with a rare and lethal illness, authorities order a purge of every sheep in the valley. While Colin attempts to stealthily outwit the powers that be, Les opts for angry defiance.

But can the warring brothers set aside their differences and have a chance to reunite their family, save their herd, and bring their community back together?

Rams

Where there's a wool, there's a way

In remote Western Australia, two estranged brothers, Colin (Sam Neill) and Les (Michael Caton), are at war. Raising separate flocks of sheep descended from their family’s prized bloodline, the two men work side by side yet are worlds apart.

When Les’s prize ram is diagnosed with a rare and lethal illness, authorities order a purge of every sheep in the valley. While Colin attempts to stealthily outwit the powers that be, Les opts for angry defiance.

But can the warring brothers set aside their differences and have a chance to reunite their family, save their herd, and bring their community back together?
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Misbehaviour

In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.

WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

"Uplifting tale of women fighting for gender equality."
★★★ - Common Sense Media

"Knightley and Mbatha-Raw headline an excellent band of British talent"
★★★ - Empire

Misbehaviour

In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.

WHAT CRITICS ARE SAYING

"Uplifting tale of women fighting for gender equality."
★★★ - Common Sense Media

"Knightley and Mbatha-Raw headline an excellent band of British talent"
★★★ - Empire
MORE / TRAILER

I Am Woman

1966. Helen Reddy arrives in New York with her three-year-old daughter, a suitcase and $230 in her pocket. Helen had been told she had won a record deal, but the record company promptly dashes her hopes by telling her it had enough female stars and suggests she has fun in New York before returning home to Australia. Helen decides to stay in New York anyway and pursue a singing career, struggling to make ends meet and provide for her daughter due to not having a work permit. There she befriends legendary rock journalist Lillian Roxon, who becomes her closest confident, and inspires her to write and sing the iconic song "I Am Woman" which becomes an anthem for the second wave feminist movement and galvanises a generation of women to fight for change. She also meets Jeff Wald, a talent manager who becomes her agent and husband. Jeff helps her get to the top, but he also suffers from a drug addiction, which gradually turns their relationship into a toxic one. Caught in the treadmill of fame and dependent on Jeff to manage her professional life, Helen has to find the strength to take ownership of her career and keep pursuing her dream.

What the critics are saying:
"Empowering" - Hollywood reporter

"Tilda Dothan-Hervey is spot on in her portrayal and Director Unjoon Moon brings this feminist story to the big screen with respectful empathy and understand the plight women have had to endure." - Carla Renata The Curvy Film Critic

I Am Woman

1966. Helen Reddy arrives in New York with her three-year-old daughter, a suitcase and $230 in her pocket. Helen had been told she had won a record deal, but the record company promptly dashes her hopes by telling her it had enough female stars and suggests she has fun in New York before returning home to Australia. Helen decides to stay in New York anyway and pursue a singing career, struggling to make ends meet and provide for her daughter due to not having a work permit. There she befriends legendary rock journalist Lillian Roxon, who becomes her closest confident, and inspires her to write and sing the iconic song "I Am Woman" which becomes an anthem for the second wave feminist movement and galvanises a generation of women to fight for change. She also meets Jeff Wald, a talent manager who becomes her agent and husband. Jeff helps her get to the top, but he also suffers from a drug addiction, which gradually turns their relationship into a toxic one. Caught in the treadmill of fame and dependent on Jeff to manage her professional life, Helen has to find the strength to take ownership of her career and keep pursuing her dream.

What the critics are saying:
"Empowering" - Hollywood reporter

"Tilda Dothan-Hervey is spot on in her portrayal and Director Unjoon Moon brings this feminist story to the big screen with respectful empathy and understand the plight women have had to endure." - Carla Renata The Curvy Film Critic
MORE / TRAILER
Deluxe is proud to be Christichurch’s newest home of retro cinema. Bringing back all the classics from 1960s to the late 1990s. Come experience some of the greatest films ever made on the big screen and relive pivotal cinematic history.


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ONGOING SPECIAL OFFERS

Help yourself to a freshly brewed coffee or tea and a locally baked biscuit with all morning sessions Monday to Friday. Complementary with All Morning Sessions. Deluxe Morning Tea sessions have become a small hit and a social staple for many.
Get a free scratch card with every ticket purchased on Mondays for any film, all day! Every card has a 1/10 chance to win an exciting selection of prizes including one year of free movies! 😲 Available every Monday! Good luck!!! ☘️
Every Tuesday all tickets are just $12 for adults and just $11 for seniors. Morning through til night, Tuesday is our most affordable day to visit the movies. (Excludes public holidays)
Every Wednesday we're celebrating seniors with discounted $11 tickets to all SuperGold card holders.